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Urban Design Centre

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Urban Design Centre

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The Urban Design Centre was a Vancouver non-profit society which offered free or low cost architectural and planning services to low income individuals, community groups, service organizations and housing co-operative associations. Their work covered a broad spectrum of urban problems ranging from house renovations and child care centre design, to neighbourhood development corporations and large scale neighbourhood planning. The UDC operated from 1971 to 1976.

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